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Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number Jack O’ Lantern


Booyah! Halloween is here, and it means all the spooky things are about to happen! We hope that you’re going to enjoy the weekend. While your friends and family are getting ready, we suggest you reading a fresh digest of the spooky weed news. Have fun!

1. 7 Ways to Celebrate Halloween Responsibly With Cannabis

Legalization just happened over a week ago and now that all that excitement is over–Halloween is on its way! Whether you’re staying in or going out, we want you to enjoy, safely and responsibly.

2. A Utah State Senator Tried an Edible Live on Camera to Prove a Point About Medical Marijuana

“I think the reefer madness crowd—you guys, you need to try it. It’s not that big a deal.”

3. With pot legalized, job openings surge in Canada’s cannabis industry

For six years, Dan Skilleter worked as a policy adviser in Ontario’s provincial government. But this year, he gave up his much-coveted government job for a new role in an uncertain, fast-moving industry: cannabis.

4. Canadian Pot Dispensaries Are Almost Out of Weed

Shortages of certain marijuana products could last months — and some say this could have been avoided

5. There Really Is No Free Garbage Bin Weed at Toronto’s Airport

At the end of the day though, cannabis disposal containers are some of the only places in Ontario that actually have weed.

6. What the Dutch can teach the world about cannabis

As legalization gathers pace, Simon Kuper heads to Amsterdam in search of answers.

7. Marijuana Legalization Has Gone Mainstream. Rick Steves Has Helped.

Mr. Steves, a travel writer, and public radio and television host, is an outspoken activist for the legalization of recreational marijuana, which is on the ballot next month in North Dakota and Michigan. He says smoking pot is like a “declaration of independence.”

Enjoyed your digest? Let us know.

See you next Sunday!

(Sweedsy in no way encourages illegal activity and would like to remind its readers that marijuana usage continues to be an offense under Federal Law, regardless of state marijuana laws. To learn more, click here.)


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